The Duties and Liabilities of Trustees: Six Lectures Delivered in the Inner Temple During the Hilary Sittings, 1896, at the Request of the Council of Legal Education

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Macmillan, 1920 - Trusts and trustees - 183 pages
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Page 107 - ... nor for any banker, broker or other person with whom any trust moneys or securities may be deposited...
Page 87 - Order that the application shall stand over for a certain time, and that the executors and administrators or Trustees, in the meantime shall render to the applicant a proper statement of their accounts, with an intimation that if this is not done they may be made to pay the costs of the proceedings.
Page 163 - ... in the like manner and to the like extent as if the claim had been against him in an action of debt for money had and received...
Page 121 - ... anticipation make such order as to the court seems just, for impounding all or any part of the interest of the beneficiary in the trust estate by way of indemnity to the trustee or...
Page 61 - I called on the Solicitor whom I had employed in the suit lately commenced against me in Chancery ; and here I first saw that foul monster, a Chancery Bill ! A scroll it was of forty-two pages, in large folio, to tell a story which needed not to have taken up forty lines...
Page 68 - Wherever a trustee, or one standing in the relation of a trustee, violates his duty, and deals with the trust estate for his own behoof, the rule is that he shall account to the cestui que trust for all the gain which he has made.
Page 178 - A trustee may appoint a banker or solicitor to be his agent to receive and give a discharge for any money payable to the trustee under or by virtue of a policy of insurance, by permitting the banker or solicitor to have the custody of and to produce the policy of insurance with a receipt signed by the trustee...
Page 75 - Any trustee for the time being hereof being a solicitor or other person engaged in any profession or business shall be entitled to charge...
Page 172 - ... upon a general acknowledgment, where nothing is said to prevent it, a general promise to pay may and ought to be implied...
Page 26 - SC 465. duty of a trustee is not to take such care only as a prudent man would take, if he had only himself to consider ; the duty rather is to take such care as an ordinary prudent man would take, if he were minded to make an investment for the henefit of other people for whom he felt morally bound to provide.

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